Scarlet 31, Gray 14
Trip will feature overload of game action plus Cincinnati sights, sounds and tastes. And bling!
The offensive and defensive line positions have flip-flopped from 2012 in terms of experience
The team held its third of 15 practices this spring in the Woody Hayes Athletic Center
Earliest start, perhaps, in school history comes after a 103-day break in practices
Ohio State Overview: Andrew is fine young offensive lineman who hasn't had the benefit of a red-shirt season but who can play virtually anywhere along the line ... he has played in 24 games in his first two seasons and last year as a sophomore he started all 13 games ... he started at left tackle the first five games of the season and then moved to left guard, where he started the final eight games ... he was named honorable mention All-Big Ten Conference in 2011 by the conference media voters ... he was the primary backup at right tackle in 2010 as a true freshman, playing in 11 games ... he was named that year to an all-Big Ten frosh team by Rivals.com ... went his first two seasons at Ohio State - starting in August 2010 and continuing through the 2012 Taxslayer.com Gator Bowl - without getting a haircut.
More on Andrew: Andrew is majoring in communication ... he helped lead his Anderson H.S. team, under coach Jeff Geisting, to two Ohio state championship games and a three-year record of 37-6 ... was named first-team all-Ohio ... also named all Southwest Ohio and all-conference ... A U.S. Army All-American bowl nominee ... played basketball as well ... is the son of Julia and Ivar Norwell ... brother, Chris, was a four-year starter (46 starts) along the defensive line for Illinois between 2004-07 and earned honorable mention all-Big Ten honors in 2007.